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Waving Flags (Paperback)

Luxemburg, Rut Blees

SKU e906c3a78690

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Waving Flags Is The Third Book In Collaboration With The Royal College Of Art (rac) Photography Department, Following On From Seeing For Others (2012) And Hardcover: Image Perspectives (2011). The Book Showcases 20 Emerging International Artists Whose Individual Photographic Practices Engage With The Potential And Pitfalls Of Translation As An Artistic Device. Though Differing Radically In Their Style And Approach, These Young Photographers Each Produce Work That Questions The Role Of Translation In Creative Practice: Can It Be A Constructive Tool For The Artist, Or Are There Certain Ideas That Remain Untranslatable? Richly Illustrated With A Diverse Range Of Photographic Work Specifically Conceived For This Publication, Waving Flags Situates Fresh Talent From One Of The Uk’s Most Innovative Photography Courses Alongside Critical Essays By Leading Academics. Edited By Renowned Photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg And Featuring Text By Distinguished Artist And Rca Professor Olivier Richon, Waving Flags Offers A Fascinating Insight Into One Of Contemporary Art’s Most Elusive Concepts. [edited By Rut Blees Luxemburg, Nick Warner]. Includes Bibliographical References.

Waving Flags Is The Third Book In Collaboration With The Royal College Of Art (rac) Photography Department, Following On From Seeing For Others (2012) And Hardcover: Image Perspectives (2011). The Book Showcases 20 Emerging International Artists Whose Individual Photographic Practices Engage With The Potential And Pitfalls Of Translation As An Artistic Device. Though Differing Radically In Their Style And Approach, These Young Photographers Each Produce Work That Questions The Role Of Translation In Creative Practice: Can It Be A Constructive Tool For The Artist, Or Are There Certain Ideas That Remain Untranslatable? Richly Illustrated With A Diverse Range Of Photographic Work Specifically Conceived For This Publication, Waving Flags Situates Fresh Talent From One Of The Uk’s Most Innovative Photography Courses Alongside Critical Essays By Leading Academics. Edited By Renowned Photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg And Featuring Text By Distinguished Artist And Rca Professor Olivier Richon, Waving Flags Offers A Fascinating Insight Into One Of Contemporary Art’s Most Elusive Concepts. [edited By Rut Blees Luxemburg, Nick Warner]. Includes Bibliographical References.

Waving Flags Is The Third Book In Collaboration With The Royal College Of Art (rac) Photography Department, Following On From Seeing For Others (2012) And Hardcover: Image Perspectives (2011). The Book Showcases 20 Emerging International Artists Whose Individual Photographic Practices Engage With The Potential And Pitfalls Of Translation As An Artistic Device. Though Differing Radically In Their Style And Approach, These Young Photographers Each Produce Work That Questions The Role Of Translation In Creative Practice: Can It Be A Constructive Tool For The Artist, Or Are There Certain Ideas That Remain Untranslatable? Richly Illustrated With A Diverse Range Of Photographic Work Specifically Conceived For This Publication, Waving Flags Situates Fresh Talent From One Of The Uk’s Most Innovative Photography Courses Alongside Critical Essays By Leading Academics. Edited By Renowned Photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg And Featuring Text By Distinguished Artist And Rca Professor Olivier Richon, Waving Flags Offers A Fascinating Insight Into One Of Contemporary Art’s Most Elusive Concepts. [edited By Rut Blees Luxemburg, Nick Warner]. Includes Bibliographical References.

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ISBN 13
9781908966100
ISBN 10
1908966106
Book Publisher
Black Dog Press
Format
Paperback

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